Gabor has been working as a senior clinical research fellow at Royal Surrey since 2014.
His range of interest in research covers perioperative medicine, intensive care and anaesthesia. More specifically he now focuses on muscle wasting/weakness.
He is the local PI for the project called “Muscle wAsting in Major Abdominal Surgery” (MAMAS). Gabor is currently undertaking a PhD in relation to this study.
Before taking this research post Gabor gained ultrasound (US) guided regional anaesthesia skills at Cardiff and Vale University Health Board. This imaging technique seemed particularly useful in his current study as the muscle mass is assessed by US scan. He is enjoying developing echocardiography skills and working towards FICE accreditation.
Gabor was appointed for honorary research fellowship at University of Surrey. Part of the study is conducted in collaboration with scientist in the laboratories of the university. This provides Gabor with the valuable opportunity to gain some laboratory techniques such as ELISA, flow-cytometry, rtPCR, etc.
- Doctor of Medicine, Semmelweis University, Budapest 2005
- Certificate of Completion of Training, Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, Semmelweis University, Budapest 2011
“I find it really enjoyable to work as a research fellow here at the Royal Surrey. This is a great place to develop both research and clinical carrier. There is a vibrant scientific life. This includes participation in national and international studies, collaboration with scientists from other institutes and last but not least running and setting up local projects. There are regular journal club meetings and a great chance to get involved in teaching junior doctors. There is a good case mix on ICU and many potential to run clinical audit or quality improvement projects.”